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UK threatens EU over access to Galileo satellite

The Department for Exiting the EU (DExEU) has included the threats in a document setting out the government's view on Brussels' insistence the UK cannot remain a full member of the Galileo system

Jeremy Corbyn calls for Irish government role amid Stormont crisis

Mr Corbyn will use his first visit to Northern Ireland as Labour leader on Thursday to call on the UK government to reconvene the British-Irish Intergovernmental Conference (BIIGC), if Northern Ireland's parties can't reach an agreement themselves

HMRC boss warns Brexiteers’ customs plan ‘would cost business £20bn’

Theresa May's Brexit "war cabinet" is divided in its support for two different options for when the UK leaves the EU's customs union

Brexit minister admits MPs will have to agree £39bn divorce bill...

Suella Braverman, a junior minister at the Department for Exiting the EU (DExEU), confessed the UK's so-called divorce bill will be confirmed before there is any legal agreement on the future EU-UK relationship

Immigration minister Caroline Nokes admits she has not read Good Friday...

Despite stressing it is "crucially important" to the UK government to uphold the rights of the 1998 peace deal, immigration minister Caroline Nokes confessed to MPs she has not read the historic document herself

Former London mayor Ken Livingstone resigns from Labour Party

The former London mayor had been suspended from Labour since April 2016 pending an internal investigation

Speaker John Bercow admits ‘stupid’ remark in Andrea Leadsom row

Mr Bercow came under fire last week after allegedly branding Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom a "stupid woman", before reportedly adding "f****** useless" or "f****** outrageous"

US warns Iran will face ‘strongest sanctions in history’ if it...

Following US President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, Tehran has now been issued with a list of 12 demands by Washington

Ministers round on John Bercow over ‘completely unacceptable’ comments

The row follows a number of bullying allegations against the speaker

Nicola Sturgeon vows to ‘restart’ Scottish independence debate

Scotland's first minister is planning to "consider" the timing of a second independence referendum once the UK government has agreed a Brexit deal with the EU later this year